Here are a few of the families who live in Slydale Hollow
Forrest (father), Honeysuckle (mother), Logan (eldest son), Summer (eldest daughter), Preston (younger brother), Ashley (younger sister) Baby Dusty, Baby Poppy Ernest (grandpa), Primrose (grandma)
One of the early families to settle in Slydale Hollow. Being one of the larger families they have been quite influential in the community.
Rocky (father), Crystal (mother), Bubba (son), Breezy (daughter), Baby Coral, Baby Sandy
Another of the earliest settlers, the Babblebrook family is constantly growing, Rocky & Crystal have taken in several of their nieces to live in their home so the girls could have the benefit of family & go to the local school. They currently own the largest house in Slydale Hollow & have plans to build even larger to accommodate a possible Bed & Breakfast opportunity, which would allow Crystal to stay at home & take care of the babies while still earning an income & doing her favourite hobby, cooking!!
Herb (father), Ginger (mother), Hollie (daughter), Rusty (son)
Cousins of the Babblebrooks, the Wildwoods have only moved to Slydale Hollow in the last few years, they love being surrounded by family & have made a lot of close friends here.
Suzette (mother), Glen (son), Gwendolyn (daughter)
The Simpkins are another new family to
Slydale Hollow. Suzette although new to the
town has already found work at the local bakery &
Glenn & Gwen have made many friends at
Frasier (father), Teri (mother), Freya (daughter),
Coco (son), Baby Crème (daughter), Baby Kabe (son),
Baby Breeze (daughter)
The Chocolate-Tips only moved here this year, but are already
loving their new town.
Kenneth (father), Emma (mother), Baby Ambrose, Baby Alfie
Kenneth & Emma recently moved into "the Old Mill"
a lovely old windmill. They are raising their nephews Ambrose & Alfie, and they are enjoying
the antics only babies get up to. (especially squirrel babies who live in a windmill)
Kenneth's cousin Christopher owns the local "Water Mill Bakery" so they like to joke
that "owning mills must run in the family!"